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    February 21, 2013
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thursday morning. it remains really cold outside. sharon has some problems on the pavement, marty is over at first warning weather. >> let's take a look at the numbers. it's 22 degrees on tv hill. that's 11 colder than this time yesterday. by lunch we hit our high of 37. like yesterday, breezy, but not windy at times. it's going to be a lot brighter than yesterday afternoon's battleship gray. your rush right now from sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning everybody. we picked up a new one. that one can e ffect you on the topside of the beltway. it's an accident on inner loop of the beltway at bel air road. it's blocking all lanes. we'll keep you up to date on delays. speeds looking good on the outer loops on the
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top and west side. 95 southbound still full speed between white marsh and the tunnel. there's a look at the beltway at 295. you can see that's now clear. now wjz has the stories that people are talking about this morning. here's don. >> thank you. a local gynecologist committed suicide this week now police are sorting through a huge number of photos and videos all taken in secret of his patients. they were found in his home. lawyers are lining up to help those patients seek compensation. wjz and mike schuh are live outside city police head quarters. good morning, mike. >> reporter: good morning. the lawyers who are trying to sign up some of the doctors 1,000 former patients are telling them that they could have a pretty strong case. >> more than 300 patients have called the police hotline over concerns gynecologist nikita lee leee -- levy secretly videotaped
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them. jonathan shekur took out ads. >> breach of faith. my clients come in and are asking all kinds of questions. he made secret images of us, what did he do with them. >> he dealt with a similar case represents victims of pediatrician earl bradley who videotaped himself abusing children. >> they have an obligation to vet the doctors. >> john hopkins said words cannot express how deeply sorry we are for every patient whose pricey may have been violated. one former patient claims doctor levy flirted with her, causing her to switch doctors. >> what made you uneasy about him? >> the way that he would you know, say certain things. i was uncomfortable. >> hopkins said coworkers
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contacted security about levy on february 4th and soon after they found evidence of the secret recording. he was fired on february 8th. he committed suicide at his home earlier this week. police believe there are many many victims. >> there had to be red flags someplace. >> reporter: the baltimore sun is reporting that the doctor put a plastic bag over his head and filled it with helium. i'm mike schuh reporting live. back to you. >> records say dr. levy worked there since 1988. we continue to follow breaking news happening in cecil county right now. crews remain on the scene of a train derailment in elkton. it derailed near singererly road. there are no reports of any leaks. no injuries are reported. traffic does not seem to be effected. stay with wjz and cbsbaltimore.com for more on
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this story through out the day. in prince george's county a 3-year-old is dead after being run over by a car. the child's father and a 2-year-old got out of the car when it was still running with the grandmother and the 3-year-old still inside. the car started rolling backwards and the 3-year-old fell out and was run over. police are investigating. it turns out baltimore city police did not have permission to use the facility where a trainee was accidentally shot during a training session. the state department of health says the city wasn't authorized to train at the former rosewood state hospital center. last week a trainee was shot in the head there. sources say the officer who pulled the trigger mistook his service weapon for a training gun. tens of thousands of maryland jobs are on the line with massive federal budget cuts looming in washington dc. the president is appealing to congress to stop the cuts before workers are effected. vic carter talked with the president at the white house yesterday. >> good morning. there is no
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question that over the past 24 hours there has been a lot of talk here at the white house about sequestration and the possibility of thousands of jobs being lost which effects some of the biggest agencies in the country. >> at the white house today the president and senior staff continued to warn congress that if action is not taken the country is endanger of having to furlough thousands of government employees. -- the president -- the president said the ball is in congress's court. >> there's no reason they should be furloughed, lose thundershower job or be laid off. this is a problem congress can solve. these automatic spending cuts were designed to get congress to actually avoid them by coming together with more sensible approaches to deficit reduction. >> the president says this will likely be a close one just like the fiscal cliff. >> i don't know why folks leave stuff until the last minute.
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there's no other profession, no other industry where people wait until the 11th hour to solve the big problems. it creates a lot of oh uncertainty in our economy. >> how badly would maryland be effected? the state is home to 17 military bases and 60 non-military federal facility. more than 300,000 government workers live in the state. >> if the budget cuts go through education will be among the hardest hit. in the state of maryland you could lose as much as $55 million in funding for next year. >> republicans do not agree with the president's approach to the budget crisis. they said he's focusing too much on raiding taxes and not on cutting spending. tonight the anne arundel county council will vote in a new county executive. former county executive john leopold resigned after being convicted of misconduct in office. now 16 people are vying for the job including former county council
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member john hammon and kendall urlik. the county council will interview the applicants today and vote tonight. a winter storm closing in on kansas city is rushing crews to finish the search from the explosion and fire. one person is dead, 15 are injured after a natural gas explosion levelled a restaurant on tuesday night. the blast occurred after a construction crew apparently hit a natural gas line. olympian oscar pistorius is facing day three of a bail hearing to find out if a judge will let him out of jail before his murder trial begins. there's new information about the lead detective investigating the killing of the sprinters girlfriend. >> a police van took oscar pistorius back to court for what could be the final day of a bail hearing to determine his fate. family members carried the athletes clothes from a police station where pistorius spent his 7th night in jail for the
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alleged premeditated murder of his girlfriend reeva steenkemp. the man leading the investigation is facing several attempted murder charges. chief detective hilton batha who took the stand wednesday is accused of shooting at a mini bus full of people in 2011. the defense lawyers say batha botched the investigation. they blame hip for contaminating the crime scene and changing his story about what happened. police admit officers left a bullet from the killing inside a toilet in pistorius's home. the printer known as the blade runner for his prosthetic legs said he thought he was attacking an intruder. prosecutors are trying to convince the judge they have evidence pistorius shot to kill and should be kept in jail until his murder trial. the shooting is front page news across south africa. >> i'm feeling for both
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families. this must be extremely traumatic for them. >> pistorius's murder trial is likely still months away. tina crouse, wjz eyewitness news. >> that lead detective is one who claimed police found needles in pistorius's bedroom but admits officers were reading the labels in the dark. they say the substance was an her ball remedy. lance armstrong refuses to testify under oath about taking performance enhancing. yesterday was the deadline to participate in an effort to clean up cycling offering to reduce armstrong's lifetime ban from competition if he revealed everything he knew about doping. he's only interested in talking to an international tribunal.
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last night the tigers played host to the greyhounds. soyer leads loyola to a 14-9 victory. the hounds improve to 2-0. the start of spring sports and the end of fall sports can be tough on parents. >> sure can. it's only a month from the face off classic down at m&t bank stadium. lacrosse season has begun. we're seeing a pretty big storm in the midwest. it's going to bust the draught for some folks. the ag industry is loving it. where you're not seeing snow, from oklahoma city south, that's the potential for heavy rain and severe weather today. this day in the mid atlantic is going to be calm. sunnier than yesterday with a high of 39. 22 now. on the other side of the break we will see what that storm potentially
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is going to do. ron matz joins us. how you? >> reporter: we're doing great. the orioles bird is here. it's baseball season. on saturday you can meet the bird and a whole bunch of other mascots. this is a great great event here at the sports legends museum. we're going to tell you all about it. if you have kids listen up when the eyewitness news morning edition rolls on. blood pressure
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21 degrees on tv hill. that's going to be one of the odder numbers. 64% humidity. the winld is now -- the wind is now a breeze. it's going to be a steady breeze through the day. barometer is
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at 30.22. tv hill, hagerstown, cumberland and oakland is not in the mid 20s everybody else in the mid 20s. 22 westminster and columbia 23 bel air 25 rock hall kent island 26, annapolis and dc both at 25. there's this rather vigorous storm. it's heading towards the east. a warm front comes up over the area with moisture which will give us a mixed bag of precipitation friday night into saturday morning. saturday it's going to get mild with rain in the area. 39 is the high today. 24 over night. tomorrow high of 38. the reason i just did that, we've seen too many times the air dam up against the mountains and it takes awhile for the warming to occur. saturday morning could be problematic. 47 sunday mostly cloudy. monday
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sunny and 48. tuesday rain and 50 degrees. here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. we have a big one on the topside of the beltway. it's on the inner loop at bel air road. we have an accident involving a tractor trailer that is blocking all lanes, causing quite a jam. another accident to report on 216 at all saints road. if you're headed out on the beltway, the outer loops look okay. take a look at the inner loop. that's the topside inner loop at harford road. all lanes blocked for an accident at bel air road on the inner loop. this one is going to cause you a big delay. there's a live look at the beltway at 295 where we had an earlier accident. that one is gone. this traffic report is brought to you by your maryland toyota dealers. have you ever dreamed of all the places you can go? toyota is ready to take you there. now is a great time to find a great deal on a toyota at buyatoyota.com. let's go places. back over to you. let's go rath -- right to ron matz. how are you?
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>> reporter: doing great. good morning. we have the oriole bird here at sport legends museum. the bird will be part of the meet the mascot day saturday. john is here with us. he put this all together. last year was the first year you did this and it was unbelievable. >> last year we could not get over to major success we had. it starts at 1:00 at sports legend museum this saturday. what's going to start with is a panel of discussion with the mascots out of costume then we're going to have question and answer. after wards people are going to get their cameras. we tell everybody to bring you camera down and we're going to have a photo op. you get into the program for free with the price of admission. marty bass is never wrong on weather so it's going to rain saturday. if you're not doing anything, come on down. >> reporter: it's going to be great. we have to talk about this. they come back, then the panel discussion. they are in their regular clothing.
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>> they talk about being a mascot. it's not just about putting a costume on. it's an art now. they know how to talk to the people, be with the people. the college mascots come in also. we have the wild stang, doc the bird and po is going to be here and a special treat, rise and conquer from the maryland zoo come in, official mascots for the baltimore ravens. >> reporter: that's going to be awesome. rise and conquer will be here. the oriole bird, we love this guy. right? thank you so much for coming down. we appreciate it. the oriole bird, po a host of mascots going to be here on saturday. it all starts at 1:00. john, thank you very much. >> it's a pleasure to be here. thank you very much . >> reporter: the sports legend museum come on down saturday
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for meet the mascots. see you. >> i want to tell you this, you folks that don't know there should be a statute of john somewhere in baltimore maryland. >> there should. >> don't kid yourself. one of the big reasons we have pro football in this city is john, who kept the baltimore colt banned together for years and kept sticking its finger in the kidney of the nfl. you did it us, owe us -- you owe us. the story of the marching band is incredible. a local hero forever. am aexaggerating -- i exaggerating that? >> you have my vote. he worked in tv for a long time. still to come on eyewitness news. >> somewhere in maryland someone is walking around with a
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$26 million lottery ticket. i will explain the
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23 minutes after the hour. 22 on tv hill. the forecast for the day calls for it to be breezy but not windy or gusty. sunny with a high of 39 degrees. normal 46. don, take it a i way.
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-- take it away. >> thank you. the search and wait is on for the winner of the owner of a mega millions lottery ticket. christy alleto takes us to where the ticket was sold and more on the excitement surrounding the mystery winner. >> somewhere in maryland someone is sitting on a mega million jackpot ticket worth $26 million. this mount erie gas station is where it was sold. >> i was shocked. i didn't know it was here. >> i've never been to one of the places that sold anything like this. >> some regulars are wishing they had taken a gamble sooner. >> i was thinking this week, $26 million maybe i should buy a ticket and i didn't. >> gas station staff may be tight lipped about the $26,000 their getting for selling the winner ticket. it's no secret this place is a lucky charm. >> he's selling the winning ticket i figured i'd get one. >> mega million tickets are sold in 44 states.
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the odds of winning the jackpot 175.7 million to 1. >> we're very excited. >> maryland lot tery says the mystery winner has 182 days to claim the cash prize. they can take $665,000 a year for 26 years or get $12.6 million after taxes. >> it's a win everywhere you look at it. whoever won that ticket the state of maryland. >> the state cashes in too. they get $1.6 million in taxes. as for the mist ystery winner, there's millions of people lining up to be just like you. the last time maryland had a mega millions jackpot winner was in march 2012. christy alleto. >> the md aryland lottery commission says if you have the winning ticket make sure you sign your name on the become right -- back right now. that's the only way you can guarantee it's you who will claim the prize.
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coming up, a house fire in prince george's county has taken three lives including two children. >> only 8 days left before the u.s. economy sustains massive budget cuts, some people say let the sequester happen. i'll have that story coming up. >> the former patients of the dead hopkins ob/gyn involved in the scandal are now lining up to see lawyers. i'm mike schuh a live report next. >> we have a big accident on the topside of the beltway causing a huge delay. we'll take a live look at that delay in just a few. now over to marty. >> the pair normal activity films have a following now. actress catherine newton joins us on coffee with. stay tuned it's the morning edition and we'll be right back.
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here at the bottom of the hour that's a live look at traffic moving in and out of baltimore city on 95 to the north of that the topside of the
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beltway things are much worse this morning. sharon will have the latest on that for you marty is over at first warning weather. >> let's take a look at the numbers. the wind has become a steady breeze but without any gusts. 23 right now on tv hill. that's 10 degrees chill ier than this time yesterday morning. by lunch our high of 37 with a good amount of sun today. what's happened on the topside of the beltway? here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. now we have two problems on the beltway. first on that topside, we have that accident on the inner loop at bel air road involving a tractor trailer still blocking all lanes still causing a big delay. a new one on the outer loop at 795 blocking two left lanes. that one is going to cause you a delay as well. if you're headed out on 216 at all saints road, we have a crash there. speeds on the beltway are slow on the inner loop on the topside. our average is 0 right now because traffic isn't moving because all lanes are
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blocked. there's a live look outside at 695 at 140. that crash on the northwest side causing a problem on the outer loop at 795. the one on the inner loop at bel air road, obviously causing a big problem as well. now wjz has the stories that people are talking about this morning. an adult and two children have died in a house fire. the blaze broke out about 4:00 this morning inside a home on leslie avenue in glenn arden. a woman and 8-year-old were able to escape from the house. firefighters rescued a man and three children who were not breathing. the man and two of those children have since died. the cause of the fire still under investigation at this point. we're just a week away from $1.2 trillion in federal budget cuts now known as the sequester. while the president says congress needs to stop the cuts before they begin others are wondering if it wouldn't be better just to let them happen.
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suzanne mcginnis reporting for wjz. >> defense department workers got sobering news wednesday most of them will take a big pay cut unless something is done to avoid the deep budget cuts known as the sequester. >> if furloughs are enacted civilians will experience a 20% decrease in their pay between late april and september. >> robert hail, the pentagon's chief budget officer said the furlough will save the government 4 to $5 million. president obama said the cuts should be made elsewhere. >> there's no reason they should be furloughed, lose their job or be laid off. >> president obama is trying to pin the blame for this last minute budget crisis on congress and with both chambers on recess this week he has the stage in washington all to himself. >> i'm hoping that while they're back home they're hearing it so when they get back they do some work and we can avoid these automatic spending cuts.
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>> congressmen back home may not be getting the earful the president is hoping for. a substantial 40% would let the cuts happen. some on capitol hill agree with the 40%. >> not only should the sequester stand many say the sequester is far short. >> if the cuts kick in that same poll shows more people will blame republicans and congress than the president. >> some economic projections say the sequester would cut half a percentage point off economic growth and add a quarter point to the unemployment rate. the investigation continues this morning into the case of a former john hopkins gynecologist who secretly photographed and videotaped his patients during exams and who committed suicide earlier this week. now lawyers are lining up to represent those patients. wjz and mike schuh are live outside city police head quarters. good morning mike. >> reporter: good morning. some local lawyers are signing up some of dr. levy's former
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patients, telling them they should have a good case. >> more than 300 patients have called the police hotline over concerns gynecologist nikita levy secretly videotaped them inside exam rooms at john hopkins. they're rushing to lawyers. jonathan shakur took out ads. >> fear, out rage, betrayal, breach of faith. my clients are asking all kind of questions. he made secret images of us what did he do with them. >> he represented victims of pediatrician earl bradley who videotaped himself abusing children. >> they have an ongoing obligation to vet the doctors. >> john hopkins said words have not express how deeply sorry we are for every patient whose privacy may have been violated.
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one former patient claims doctor levy flirted with her causing her to switch doctors. >> what made you uneasy about him? >> the way that he would you know say certain things. i was uncomfortable. >> hopkins says coworkers contacted security about dr. levy february 4th and soon after they found evidence of the secret recordings. they fired him on february 8th. he committed suicide at his home in towson earlier this week. police believe there are many, many victims. >> there had to be red flags someplace. >> reporter: this morning our media partner the baltimore sun is reporting that dr. levy went to the basement, put a plastic bag over his head and filled it with helium and wrote an apology note to his wife. i'm mike schuh reporting live. back to you. >> thank you very much, mike. personnel records say dr. levy had worked at the medical center since 1988. we're following other breaking news this morning. this time in cecil county. crews remain on the scene of a
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train derailment in elkton. of the 10 cars derailed, two are carrying acid. there are no reports of any leaks. no injuries have been reported and no evacuations are in effect and no road closures. stay with wjz and cbsbaltimore.com for the latest on this story. police are still searching for who killed a university of maryland eastern shore student last weekend. police say the people in this surveillance video may have seen something that can help in the investigation. 21-year-old edmond st. clair was stabbed last saturday night. state police are offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in that case. an extravagant misuse of money. former chicago area congressman jesse jackson junior pleads guilty to spending hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign cash on personal luxury items. it's marty's over in the first -- it's meghan
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mccorkell with the story. >> good morning. jesse jackson, junior was a congressman and now he could face years behind bars. >> jesse jackson junior emerges from federal court in dc. >> i'm sorry. >> after plead ing guilty to federal conspiracy charges. in tears in tonight of the judge jackson admitted to spending 3 quarter s of a million to finance his lavish lifestyle. he spent $60,000 at restaurants and nightclubs $43,000 on a rolex watch. >> it is clear that jesse jackson became convinced that his campaign account could be used to satisfy any personal whim that he had. >> jackson's wife, sandra, also pled guilty for filing false tax returns. she admitted she failed to report $600,000 in income. jesse jackson junior
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resigned from congress last november. he's been treated at the major clinic for bipolar disorder. >> those health issues are related to his present predictment. >> jackson agreed to pay back $750,000 in campaign funds. he will be sentenced in june. jackson faces up to 5 years behind bars. the judge warned he doesn't need to follow those sentencing good lines. >> sandra jackson will be sentenced on july 1st. another u.s. delegation has visited the marylander being held prisoner in cuba. a 7 member delegation visited gross this week. his condition and what they discussed is not being made public at this point. gross has been held on the
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island since 2009, accused of spying. lawyers say he was bringing computer equipment to the small jewish population. another encouraging sign students from here are among the best prepared in the nation. more maryland students passed the advanced placement examines than any other state in the nation. more african american students passed the examine last year than ever before. the action the starting so heat up -- to heat up for the orioles. it's beginning to look a lot like baseball with the exhibition opening in 2 days. j.j. hardy said the guys can't wait for game action. >> i mean, we always look forward to the start of the games. usually a week or two into it you get tired of it. 3 or 4 weeks it's the long thought of when is the season going to start. we're excited. >> a little
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golf doesn't hurt either. manager buck showalter led his team on to the golf court for charity. adam jones made a fashion statement with his socks. the orioles play the minnesota twins on saturday. >> i mentioned it last hour, it's a galvanizing thing to get a team together to do something other than baseball. i'm sitting there watching buck walk. you know why buck hits the ball so far? because the ball doesn't want to anger buck. >> i'm sure he plays with the same intensity. >> wow. it will be fun. first radio broadcast i'm assuming is this weekend too. >> yep. >> always a sign of spring. also john make ing ing the ball hitting the bat effect. >> i'm sorry. >> do you want it it in my mic? >> no. take a look at first warning
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doppler. we have a zesty storm. kansas city is about 2 hours away from getting heavy snow on their morning commute. dallas is about an hour away from getting heavy thunderstorms on its morning commute. the weather is moving our way. after the break we will tell you how it plays into our forecast. today sunny with a high of 39 degrees. coming up on coffee with, it's catherine newton from paranorm ashgsan activity. sharon gibala has our wjz traffic control. topside of the beltway, it's acting like the topside of the beltway in the
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21 degrees right now. 70% humidity. eastern breeze at 14. you can say a wind at 14. the difference between this and yesterday, there's no gusting taking place. barometer is at 30.21. winds will diminish through the day. 13 oakland 20
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cumberland, 19 hagerstown, 23 elkton the mid 20s annapolis and kent island and rock hall, low 20s westminster and columbia 23 in bel air. here's the shot of this pretty massive winter storm. the actual low is headed up to the great lakes. it will pull a warm front over the area. that means warm humid air, moisture is going to come in on this cold pull of air. during the over night friday into saturday we are going to have mixed precipitation. 39 your high today. 24 clouds increase over night. tomorrow a calm day to be honest about it, but in the pm we're talking after dinner. 38 is going to be your high. it's going to be a slow go to get to 42, but rain on saturday. sunday 47, monday 48 tuesday rain and 50. here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. the number of trouble spots is growing.
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the big one is the inner loop on the beltway on the topside now closed between white marsh and security boulevard. a new accident on 795 southbound just approaching the beltway. meantime if you're headed out on 216 at all saints road, there's an accident there. if you're headed out on the beltway expect big delays. there's a live look outside at the northwest side where we have big delays because of that accident on the outer loop. traffic is bare ly ly moving on the inner loop because of the accident that has closed the inner loop of the beltway. this traffic report is brought to you by your maryland toyota dealer. do you sit back and dream of all the places you'd like to go? toyota is ready to take you there. now is the time to find a great deal on
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a toyota at buyatoyota.com. let's go places. back over to you. >> thank you. there you go buddy. always have them on. this morning i think they need a shine. this morning's coffee with is with catherine newton. >> catherine newton, welcome to the eyewitness news morning edition. paranormal activity 4. wow. >> pair ranormal active -- wow. >> paranormal activity 4. >> how are you? >> what? >> how are you? >> how was it? >> no, how are you? >> i'm good. i'm great. happy to be talking to you. >> are you having fun with this? >> it is so exciting. i think the most exciting thing about it was i didn't realize how big the fan base was. when i went to the wanted screening and saw the movie for the first time i got to see it with all the fans.
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that was such a cool experience. they're so invested in the project. we make the movie for the fans. to hear them screaming, like don't go in there and laughing, it was great. after for them to be like i loved it, it's like yes i did something right. >> let me ask you this, did you just kind of sneak in? did they know you were there? were you able to be a little bit anonymous during the screening? >> nope. i was -- nope. they knew i think immediately when i walked in the theater. everyone knew that i was alex. that was really cool. i don't know. i knew who they were. i knew all of them. they had on shirts with my face on it, the paranormal activity poster. i was like i want one of those. >> you knew when the watch them when they were going to jump at what you were jumping out in the movie. >> yeah. i was most lyly turned around in my seat the whole time. i wanted to see if they were going to jump and get
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scared and they did. that was a great feeling to see them be scared. >> they had you up in the front row, there was no hiding the fact that you were walking in. >> they didn't announce that i was sitting there. the people around me -- i think it just spread. when you walk in the theater there was like fans surrounding the block like two blocks down. they let people come in, a certain number of people. as soon as i was there people were like -- i got to take a lot of photos with fans. it was so cool. >> that's always fun. >> not the change the train of thought here, would you hold your hands up. i just noticed your fingernails. hold them still. how many colors? >> it's the rain bow. >> what's the story? >> five colors, it's rain bows. while with i was working on paranormal activity 4 i was not allowed to change any -- my nail
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polish for 6 months. after this i had a thing where i almost changed my nail polish every single week. i always do different colors on my nails. in paranormal they were all one color. i never do one colo lor -- color. >> not only does your nail color have to stay the same but your nail length. >> no, i can -- >> it's called continuity. >> i could trim my nails. it was the issue of staying the same. i couldn't change with the seasons. i have to keep up with my fashion. >> i have a question about the dvd release. you always get this it says on the box newfound footage. how can there be newfound footage? it was made a year ago. >> it is. there's 30 minutes of newfound footage. nobody has ever seen it before.
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once you get your dvd you will be the first one to watch it. they're my favorite scenes that never made it into the final cut of the movie. when i finally watched it i was freaking out. i was like, oh my gosh, it made it into the movie. we shot a halloween scene towards the beginning. for me it was like looking through a snap book saying i remember that day. there was a lot of scary things. i was scared too. i was laughing at myself for getting scared. i was like you were there, why are you scared. it got me. >> because you made a very good movie. >> thank you. that's what i like to hear. that was the best part the fans. we make them for the fans. the hear them say it was my favorite one or i really loved it, it's like yes. >> awesome. our time has run short. you're a delight. thanks for make ing ing our show better today. >> thank you. it was so fun. >> the pleasure is ours.
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paranormal activity 4. >> dvd blue ray digital copies and some just found footage. all right.
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6 and a half until. here come your updates from sharon and marty. >> you look at the 5 day i want you to note there's nothing heavy moving our way.
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there's only one problematic period, friday night into saturday morning. that wanter storm -- winter storm to the west will just effect us with rain on saturday. now over to sharon gibala. traffic on the topside of the beltway anything but a breeze. >> it's a mess. on the topside inner loop, all lanes temporarily blocked because of an accident involved a tractor taylor between white marsh and 95. another accident on the utter loop of the beltway this one at 795 blocking two left lanes also causing a back up. an accident on 795 southbound approaching the beltway. a disabled vehicle on 29 northbound at fair land roadblocking two right lanes. speeds are extremely show. fortunately 95 is up to par. the beltway is where we have the real problems. there's a look
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at the northwest side and that jam. this traffic report is brought to you by jiffy lube. want to be an over productive super achiever? help extend the life of your car with a quick oil change. you don't need an appointment. breaking news in prince george's county where an adult and two children have died in a house fire. the blaze broke out about 4:00 this morning inside a home on leslie avenue in glenn arden. a woman and an 8-year-old were able to escape the house. firefighters rescued a man and three children who were not breathing at the time, since then the adult and two of the children have died. a local gynecologist commits suicide, now police are sorting through a huge number of photographs and videotapes taken secretly of patients. more than 300 patients have called police over concerns dr. nikita levy secretly videotaped them inside examination rooms at john hopkins east baltimore medical center. lawyers we spoke with say they believe the patients of levy who may have been videotaped or photographs
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without their knowledge should have a very strong case against the hospital. right now crews are on the scene of a train derailment in elkton. two of the trains ten cars are carrying acid. no leaks and no evacuations. a 3-year-old is dead after being run over by a car. the child's father and a 2-year-old got out of the car which was still running with the grandmother and 3-year-old still inside. the car started to roll the 3-year-old fell out and was run over. police continue to investigate. stay with wjz 13, maryland's news station. more news, weather and traffic this morning. that's a live look at kansas city. if you're flay -- flying through that area, probably check with your
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